TRAUMA+RESILIENCE

New Wine conference examines trauma and resilience from every angle

Written on February 27th, 2017 by
Categories: Feature, General

Bad things happen. It’s a fact we all have to deal with, and there are better and worse ways to deal with it. However, even though we all have our own thoughts about trauma, we may rarely get to articulate them, sit with them or address them in any way. That’s where MU comes in. The Institute for Theology and Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins (New Wine), in partnership with Multnomah University and Multnomah Biblical Seminary, is hosting the Trauma and Resilience Conference from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 18. Continue Reading »

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MU celebrates grand opening of new study space

Written on February 20th, 2017 by
Categories: Press Releases, Students
This afternoon, students, staff and faculty gathered to celebrate the grand opening of The Study, a new space for students who want to focus on homework. An extension of the Student Success Center, The Study is located in the southwest corner of the JCA. It takes the place of the former Commuter Center Lounge, which has since relocated to The Den. Continue Reading »
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Meet our new director of alumni and parent relations

Written on February 10th, 2017 by
Categories: Alumni
For Natalie Correll, Multnomah isn’t just another university — it’s a gift. The new director of alumni and parent relations, who graduated from MU in 2016, says her own experience compelled her to take on this unique role with energy and passion. Continue Reading »
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Global Ministries Conference to make creation care a priority

Written on February 8th, 2017 by
Categories: General, Press Releases

PORTLAND, Ore. — From February 21 to 23, Multnomah University will host the 77th annual Global Ministries Conference (GMC) on campus. The title of this year’s conference is “Cultivating Renewal: Back to the Beginning.” The seminars, plenary talks and activities will revolve around creation care in its many aspects. Continue Reading »

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MA in Global Development and Justice students travel to Rwanda

Written on February 6th, 2017 by
Categories: Faculty, Missions, Press Releases, Programs, Students
Dr. Greg Burch, chair of the Master of Arts in Global Development and Justice program, recently returned from a two-week stay in Rwanda with the MAGDJ program's very first online cohort. Students in the online MAGDJ program spend the first two weeks of their program in Rwanda, where they glean insights from guest speakers, study the world’s most pressing issues and team up with NGOs that are involved in compassion initiatives, poverty alleviation and combating injustice. You can learn more about the online MAGDJ program here. Continue Reading »
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Dr. Kristen White to join MU as director of MAC program

Written on January 31st, 2017 by
Categories: Faculty

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dr. Kristen M. White has been selected as director of Multnomah University’s Master of Arts in Counseling program. She will begin serving in her new role in April. Continue Reading »